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Vapers Digest 22nd September

Friday’s News at a glance: Scream Test Update – Back in the Saddle – Tobacco Control ‘Experts’ Fight AGAINST A Smoke-Free World – Cochrane’s Eight Research Priorities – Smoking quit rates highest in 10 years – NHS Health Scotland supports vaping – Welsh Tobacco Control Delivery Plan – Derek Yach on BBC Radio 5 Live – Are health officials deceiving us – Risk and rhetoric – more from GTNF – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 21st September

Thursday’s News at a glance: Why has IBVTA partnered with Public Health England this Stoptober? – Stoptober backs e-cigs for first time – People quitting smoking hit record high – E-cigs definitely less harmful than smoking – No air pollution variations – National nursing group endorses use of e-cigarettes – Looming September 30 Deadline – NZ study compares the effectivity of e-cigs – Marlboro Man Wants Us All to Quit – Oakland bans flavored tobacco products – The World In Vaping – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 15th September

Friday’s News at a glance: It’s Not About Health: A Potted History – London Midland Vaping Policy Revisited – Health Claims in Ecig Ads – FDA issues revised final guidance  – IBVTA joins forces with leading trade bodies – Man Bites Dog – AMA gets in a tangle on harm reduction – 75 Percent Wholesale Tax on E-Cigarettes – E-cigarettes given comparable treatment – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 14th September

Thursday’s News at a glance: Sinner, Keep Sinning – We Need The Cash – Prodnoses, Fussbots and the Erosion of Liberty – IBVTA writes to the CEO of the Association of British Insurers – Studying Twitter – The Corruption of Public Health – VAPEXPO arrives in Barcelona – Robert West discusses vaping and smoking – Consultation on E-cigarette Advertising – E-cigarette company’s appeal bid – Why is Phillip Morris spending $1 billion – Resolution of recurrent tonsillitis – Senate Inquiry rejects legislation – Heat Not Burn – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 11th September

Monday’s News at a glance:

Notts mental health patients are being encouraged to quit smoking – Take action to stop an outrageous tax on vaping! – Vapers have a voice! Bill S-5 and petition E-1237 – Vape Crimewatch – E-cigarettes and youth smoking – Three conference papers on e-cigarettes – FDA’s Innovative Plan – Edmonds college campus’ smoking, vaping ban – Another Reason Not to Quit – Vaping In The News September 9th, 2017 – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 7th September

Thursday’s News at a glance:

GFN Dialogues (Autumn 2017) – Dublin – Surgeon General report on e-cigarettes based more on fiction than facts – Eight priorities identified for tobacco control research – Philip Morris to go to trial over ‘Heets’ – Have scientists identified another benefit of nicotine? – E-cigarette expo goes up in smoke – San Francisco flavor ban will be decided by the voters – Party positions – North Royalton bans e-cigarettes – New E-Cig Rules For Manitoba Minors – Where are the e-cigarette regulations? – Vape News In Brief – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 1st September

Friday’s News at a glance: US man sues over battery explosion, while gateway theory gets another nail in its coffin – Advertising Confusion – Tobacco tax rise punishes low income smokers who cannot quit – More Evidence Suggests E-Cigarettes Help Some Smokers

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Vapers Digest 31st August

Thursday’s News at a glance:

Get your story straight – The VLNC Junk Science Fest Gathers Pace – Organized Crime Heads Applaud FDA’s Decision – Very Low Intelligence – Pharmaceutical Society Head Stuck In Past – Most young people who try e-cigarettes don’t become regular users – Center for Tobacco Products is Lying – FDA Lies About Vaping  – Vaping Smokers More Likely To Quit – Police punish mentally ill patients – BAT restructures as e-cigarettes go mainstream – Tobacco 21 will create more young smokers – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 25th August

Friday’s News at a glance:

Asia steps up anti-vaping enforcement; US academics jump the shark – Swedish Government Doesn’t Oppose Snus – Smoking and E-cig use among teens is down, again – (Don’t tell Stan) – What will our post-election vaping road map look like? – NHIS 2016 vaping data lacks crucial details – Survey from Indiana shows that e-cigarette use is on the decline – Banning e-cigarettes may do more harm than good in India – Men’s Health Magazine endorses e-cigarettes – Dueling Interests at CPSC and FDA – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 24th August

Thursday’s News at a glance:

That shady link between Big Tobacco and nicotine gum – The battle for a proportionate regulatory regime continues – It’s time for visionary pragmatism on nicotine – Research: Media Coverage of Ecigs – It’s getting old now: study shows vaping helps smokers quit – High prices on tobacco causing black market trade – Facebook Blocking ‘Life Saving Technology’

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